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GRADUATION 



PROCESSIONAL God of Our Father 

Cathy Loggins 

INVOCATICB Rev. Clyde Lincoln 

Mt. View Baptist Church 

"THIS IS MY FATHERS VJORLD'J Eighth Grade 

"ONE GOD" Eighth Grade 

INTRODUCTION OF SPEAKER Rober Covington 

ADDRESS Rev. Alfred Philley 

Mount Olive Baptist Church 

" I NEVER WALK ALONE Janice Priddy 

Cathy Loggins Joan Tedder 
Jan Roberts 

PRESENTATION OF CERTIFICATES Rober Covington 

BENEDICTION Rev. Clyde Lincoln 

RECESSIONAL God of Our Fathers 



Susan Adkins 
Donna Aldridge 
Ruth Ayers 
■'"Johnny Barnes 

, Diane Bennett 
/■"^Arny Booe 
Wanda Bougess 
Br end a Bowden 
David Boyles 
Janet Byrd 
Lydia Calloway 
Vicki Carroll 
Margaret Collins 
Sybil Covington 
Betty Cromer 
Nancy Cromer 
Mary Davis 
Karen Denny 
Ann Edmonds 
Brenda Edwards 
Mary Edwards 
Elaine Faine 
Donald Fulk 
Kenneth Fulk 
Joseph Gentry 
Judy Gordon 

-jfBill Greene 
Eddie Hall 



MJffiSHALS 



Doris Hardy 
Beverly Hauser 
Danny Haynes 
Daryl Hicks 
Barton S[eiger 
Barbara Key 
Dennis Kinzer 
Jane Kirby 
Avaline Kiser 
Deborah Kiser 
Michael Kiser 
Sharon Kiser 
Bennie Laws on 
Peggy Laws on 
Timothy Lincoln 
Douglas Line back 
«-Cathy Loggins 
Edward J'larshall 
Melissa Marshall 
Nancy Marshall 
Keith Merritt 
Carolyn Mickey 
Edgar Moore 
Robley Moore 
Darlene Moser 
Tommy McGee 
Reba McMillan 
Dot tie Nance 

JEFFERY WHITE 
WELDON KEIGER 



Bonnie Nelson 
Charles Newsome 
Billy Newsome 
Lani Newsome 

-)f-Richard Newsome 
Jackie Overby 
Kay Patterson 
Steve Patterson 
Janice Priddy 
Dale Richardson 

-"-Michael Rierson 

-"-Janet Roberts 
Stuart Sizemore 
Susan Slate 
Sharon Smith 
Barbara Speas 
Thomas Stanley 

'"«" Katherine Stewart 
Tim Tedder 
Joan Tedder 
Steve Tedder 
Hugh Tilley 
Terry Timmons 
Deborah Tuttle 
James Tuttle 

-"-Monnie Tuttle 
Peggy Tuttle 
Dorothy Willard 



DANNY HOLDER 
JOYCE SIZEMORE 



CARU VAN DUSEII 
SHARON G^JYNN 



Donated to the 



Ki ng Publ i c Li brary 
In Memory of 



James Underwood 




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King High School was established in 1909 
when this 2 room elementary building was 
jacked up and two new rooms were built 
for high school students. About 1911 a new 
two story frame school building was erected 
on the location of the present elementary 
baseball diamond. 





In 1928 the students moved 
from the frame building to 
a modem brick structure. 
High school students moved 
into the present up-to-date 
building in 1952. 




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THE 3>TINE]TE]E3Sr KCXJJSTIDI^EtD 

PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS 
KING HIGH SCHOOL 
KING, NORTH CAROLINA 




.A.1STT) SIXIT^X^-FOXJR, 




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Table of Contents 

SCHOOL LIFE 4 

ADMINISTRATION AND 

FACULTY 16 

STUDENT BODY 26 

ATHLETICS 72 

EXTRACURRICULAR . .80 

ELEMENTARY STUDENTS . .96 

ADVERTISEMENTS 112 



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Row 1: Marilyn New, Brenda Hauser, Diane Boyles, Benny 
Jeffords, Ronnie Smith, Richard Gibson, Brent Smith, 
Charles Darnell, Sandra Wolff , Judy Eaton, Carolyn Slate, 
Janet Moser, Sylvia Wall, Deborah Moore, Vicky Law. 
Row 2: Karen Bole jack. Norma Tuttle, Benny Matthews, 
Leon Lankford, Ronald Bermett, Perry Carroll, Shirley 




Overby, Betty Gordon, Betty Hall, Alice Cox, Dottie 
Meadows, Penny Smith, Gloria Duggins, Ellen Neal. 
Row 3: Louise Cox, Genett Smith, Jimmy Hauser, Butch 
McGee, Ronnie Westmoreland, Mike Boyles, Harrell 
Smith. Jerry Stanley, Don Mabe, Judy Maitin, Norma 
Newsome, Kaye Smith, Carol Newsome, Kay Smith. 



Music has always played an 
important part in the school life 
of students at K. H. S. The first 
Glee Club was begun in 1932 and 
was led by Mrs. Marguerite 
Gentry. 

Miss Sadie Wilson came in 
1935 and was the first publi c 
school music teacher. She taught 
music in the grades and led the 
Glee Club. Mrs. Marguerite 
Gentry assumed this position in 
1945 when Miss Wilson left. Mrs. 
Blanche Bullock followed Mrs. 
Gentry in 1957 and she served un- 
til 1960. Since this date there has 
been no public school music 
teacher, and Mrs. Rebecca Moser 
has directed the Glee Club. 



HIGH SCHOOL PIANO STUDENTS 
Brenda Westmoreland, Penny Smith, Pat Keiger 




The Piano Department, in the King School, was es- 
tablished in the fall of 1924, with Miss Viola Tuttle as 
the teacher. She has taught twenty-six years in the school, 
but not consecutively. The department has growntre- 
mendoxisly through the years. The present enrollment is 
fifty-five— seven boys and forty-eight girls. 

The success of Miss Tuttle 's teaching is reflected in 
many of the churches in the King community, through 
competent pianists and organists. 



MISS VIOLA TUTTLE 



ELEMENTARY PLA.NO STUDENTS 




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MAJORETTES: Katherine Moore, Drum Majorette; L to R— Diane Boyles, Co-Chief; Brenda Hauser; Joyce Slate, 
Phyllis Love, Co-Chief. 





The King High School Band was begun in 1953 under 
the le ade rsh ip of Mr. Charles Driver. Mr. Driver was 
followed by Mr. Richard Collins and Mr. James Harris. 
In 1959 Mr. Robert Mills came and still serves as director. 

Each year the band makes several appearances. The 
Christmas season is the highlight of the year for band 
members. They represent King well in the parades in spite 
of the cold and discomfort. 

We are proud of you band members. You are worthy 
representatives of K. H. S. 



K[-A.IL.3L.OWE3E3I^ ICIig-G-S -A^NO GlXJEErTS 




HIGH SCHOOL— Sandra Vogler, Jerry Martin 



ELEMENTARY— Charlotte Sargeant, Kim Duggins 




PRIMARY— Susan Payne, Sherrill Kiser 






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Students are proud to be a part of K. H. S. School spirit is 
seen as they attack activities as well as classwork with 
enthusiasm. Teachers and students pull together cheer- 
fully to keep King High School on top. 



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TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL 

JOURNAL and SENTINEL 

Basketball Touinament 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 






Iking hu.h schooi 

1917 Bovs r.hinnpions 



WINNING TEAMS-A TRADITION AT K. H. S. 



1 . Junior Classes have always had fun planning the 
Halloween Carnivals at King each year. 

2. The lunchroom never fails to be popular— these ladies 
helped keep things hopping once. 

3. Cheerleaders, then as now, added the needed zip at 
ballgames. 

4. Mrs. Vick Johnson poses here with her 3rd grade class 
in 1927-28. 



i SCHOOL in>q- tme F>j^&rr 



Sports and school trips help keep students interested. These 
activities add spice and help to keep school life from 
getting dull. 



Mrs. Nell Voss helped to lead this and many other teams 
to victory. 



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r\Vi;iM'Y -FIRST ANNUAL 

JOURNAL aiid SEATINFX 

Basketl)a]l TouiTiament 

Wiiiston-Sal«*ni. N. CI. 



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Softball was once a favorite with the girls. 



Each year eighth graders look forward to their trip to 
Raleigh, N. C. 



M.\G HIGH SCHOOL 

KI17 C.irK fliinrl.-r KiniiliHta 



Mrs. Rebecca Moser poses here with the elementary 
Student Council members with whom she once worked. 





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We owe much to teachers like Miss Eloise Hutchens who 
have helped countless students start out on the right foot. 
Their interest in our education extended far beyond the 
classroom. Parties, hikes, games, stories, and adventures 
such as this Easter egg hunt whetted our interest in school. 



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The highlight of the year for Juniors & Seniors— the banquet. 




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Homecoming was an important event in 1953. 



See any familiar faces in 
this crew of softball players? 





You really think I can't hit 
the pitcher— huh? 



In the spring basketball is forgotten, but K.H. S, remains 
in the spotlight with its winning baseball teams. 



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John Fitzgerald Kennedy 
1917-1963 

"Our Ship of State was sailing on. " in troubled waters, 
sometimes, but we were not afraid. We had a youthful cou- 
rageous Commander-in-Chief at the helm. Then, he was dead! 
Felled by an assassin's bullet! The tragedy plunged not only 
our school, but the whole world into one of its darkest hours. 
A strong link in our chain of democracy was broken! It wotild 
be quickly mended with tears and the influence of the things 
for which John Fitzgerald Kennedy worked. We can best per- 
petuate his memory by keeping always before us the torch of 
his coiuageous life, and the flame of his high ideals. Through 
these, we are assured of the perpetuity of our democracy. 



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JOHN F. KENNEDY 
1917 — 1963 

3}lh PreiiJeill of the UiiileJ Shiles 



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1. Mr. C. M. Felts served as principal of K. H. S. from 
1932-1957. 

2. Since 1957 Mr. O. T. Neal has been our principal. 

3. Before becoming principal Mr. Neal coached the base- 
ball team. 

4. Mr. Felts has also served as a physical e due at ion 
teacher. 

5. Mr. Neal led many basketball teams to victory. 



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EZDIC-A^TION 



In appreciation of your guidance and fairness as wise 
Principals, faithful friends, and great teachers; for your 
noble examples as Christian gentlemen, and your un- 
selfish devotion to our school for so many years, we the 
Senior Class of 1964, affectionately dedicate to you, this 
final volume of THE EAGLE. 




Mr. O. T. Neal 



Mr. C. M. Felts 



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MR. ROBER COVINGTON 
Assistant Principal 




DR. BILL HELSABECK 



MR. RUPERT HALL 



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Leaders 



Left: MR. J..C. CARSON 

County Superintendent 

for 27 years. 



Below: MR. H. A. CARROLL 
Principal- 1922-24 





Above: MR. J. T. SMITH 

County Superintendent 

Principal- 1918-22 



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Who Made King Great 



MR. C. M. FELTS 
Principal 1932-1957 





FORMER SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 
Mr. O. P. Greene, Mr. Worth Gentry, Mr. Roy Redding 



MR. R. M. GREENE 
County Superintendent 




HIGH SCHOOL 
FACULTY 
1927 




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MRS. MARY MR. SID WILLIAMS 

MARINUS Senior Class Sponsor 

Senior Class Sponsor 



MRS. VIRGINIA 

PATTERSON 

Junior Class Sponsor 



MR. FRANK TILLEY 
Junior Class Sponsor 




FACULTY CRAM SESSION 



MRS. ALENE 

GRAVITT 

Junior Class Sponsor 



MR. JIM FORREST 
Junior Class Sponsor 



MRS. REBECCA 

MOSER 

Junior Class Sponsor 



Faculty 




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MRS. JANE PEDIGO 
Sophomore Class Sponsor 




MR. DOUGLAS PEDIGO 
Sophomore Class Sponsor 



MRS. H. LLOYD GINNS 
Freshman Class Sponsor 




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MR. MELVIN 

HUNTER 

Freshman Class Sponsor 


MR. SAM FURCHES 
Agriculture 


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MRS. S. B. BRANDON 
Eighth Grade 




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MR. C. M. FELTS 
Eighth Grade 



MR. R. M. COLLINS 
Eighth Grade 



MR. ROBER 
COVINGTON 
Seventh Grade 



MRS. MARIE HAYNES 
Seventh Grade 




MRS. FRANCIS RISER MRS. RANDIE LEWIS 
Seventh Grade Sixth Grade 




MRS. MARGUERITE MRS. CAROLYN 

GENTRY HUNTER 

Sixth Grade Sixth Grade 






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MRS. ETHEL MOORE 
Fifth Grade 



MRS. JOE SMITH 
Fifth Grade 



MRS. ELLIE BOYLES 
Fifth Grade 




HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY 
1930-31 



MRS. MADELYN 

MARSHAL 

Fourth Grade 



MRS. BOBBY WOOD 
Fourth Grade 



MRS. LIDA 

HUTCHENS 

Fourth Grade 



MRS. FRANK TILLEY 
Fourth Grade 




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MRS. FRANCES 

TAYLOR 

Third Grade 



MRS. HALLIELOVE 
Third Grade 



MISS VERA DIXON 
Third Grade 



MRS. JESSIE F. 

GARNER 

Second Grade 




Look for familiar faces in this group 
of teachers. 



MRS. ALMA BARR 
Second Grade 



MRS. DORIS 

McCLANAHAN 

Second Grade 



Faculty 



MRS. MARGARET 

WHITT 
First & Second Grades 




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MISS ELOISE HUTCHENS 
First Grade 



MRS. MARY ETTA 

GENTRY 

First Grade 



MRS. AGNES STEWART 
First Grade 




Once a student— Now a teacher. 
(Guess who?) 



MRS. JOYCE COLLINS MISS GRACE WILLIAMS 

First Grade Special Education 



Faculty 



MR. ROBERT MILLS 
Band Director 




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Students used to get to school by way of the family horse 
and buggy. 



Today 




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The buses may have looked different then but the job 
of driving them remains the same. Bus drivers work faith- 
fully to transport students to and from school safely in 
spite of cold mornings, muddy roads, noisy students, and 
buses that often break down. Bus drivers, you do a noble 
job and this is our salute to you. 



Students come in their own cars. 




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Senior Class of 1964 





CHARLES ATKINS 

"If you can't say something good about somebody, don't 

say anything. " 

F. F.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1. 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
BOBBY MOORE, President; STEVE BOYLES, Vice-President; GENETT 
SMITH, Secretary; PAM KIRBY, Treasurer, 



BETTY BADGETT 
"The thing that costs the least, but creates the most, is 

just a pleasant smile. " 
Student Council 1,2,3, 4, President 4, Recording Secretary 
2, Treasurer 3, Representative IjBeta Club 2, 3, 4; Business 
Club 4; Math Club 3,4; Monogram Club 2; Pep Club 1; 
4-H Club 1; Junior Marshall 3; Miss King High School at- 
tendant 1,3; Maid of Honor 4; Bus Captain 3,4; School 
Science Fair Winner 3; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; Varsity 
Basketball 1,2; Honor Student 4; Homeroom Officer 1; 
Junior Science Club 1. 



CAROLE BENTON 
"Live today as if you may die tomorrow. " 
r Varsity Baskotball 1 ; Pep Club 4; Paper Staff 4. 



KAREN BOLE JACK 
"I have crossed the bay, the ocean now lies before me. " 
Junior Science Club 1; 4-H Club 1; F.H.A. 1,4, Social 
Chairman 4; Student Council 2,3, Social Chairman 3; 
Alternate Cheerleader 3; Varsity Cheerleader 4;PaperStaff 
2,3,4; Senior Play 4; Business Club 4; Glee Club 1,2,4; 
Pep Club 4; Senior Service League 4; Piano 1. 




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ALLAN BOLES 






J. V. BOLES 


MIKE BOYLES 


"The fer 


Qale knee 


s a joint and not a 


n entertainment." 


"Try once; 


if you don't succeed, try again. " 
F.F.A. 


"A man must have a certain amount of intelligent igno- 
rance to get anywhere. " 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; Baseball 2,3 

F.F.A. 1. 



PATRICM. BOYLES 
"Everything is possible for tomorrow— nod: 

no goal too high. •' 
Junior Science Club 1 ; Pismo 1 ; 4-H Club 1 ; S t u d 
Council l,3i Senior Science Club 3,4; Paper Staff 3,4 
Band l,2,3;Band Officer SiMajorette 1,2,3, Co-chief 3 
Honorable Mention Science Fair Winner 1,3; Pep Club 4 
Class Officer 3; Cheerleader 3,4; Co-chief 3, Chief 4 
Annual Staff 4; Senior Play 4. 




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STEVE BOYLES 
"Give every man thy car, but few thy voice." 
Senior Science Club 3,4; Math Club 2,3,4; Beta Club 2, 
3,4; Vareity Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Boy's 
State Representative 3;Senior Play 4;Class Officer, Vice- 
President 3, 4; Student Council Representative 2,3; Senior 
Superlative 4. 



DEE CARROLL 
"In the golden chain of friendship, consider me a link. " 
F. H. A. 1,2, 3, 4; Junior Science Club 1; 4-H Club 1; Glee 
Club 2,3,4; Business Club 4; Miss King High Attendant 4; 
Cheerleader 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Pep Club 4; Paper Staff 2, 
3,4; Bus Captain 3,4. 



JUDY COLLINS 
"Nothing great is ever achieved without enthusiasm. " 
Business Club 4; Science Fair Winner 3; Math Club 3,4 
Business Manager of Senior Play 4; Homeroom Reporter 3 
Class Reporter 3; Pep Club 4; Paper Staff 4; 4-H Club 4 
Bus Captain 4; Science Club 2; Superlative 4; Alternate 
Cheerleader 4. 



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Senior Class of 1964 







CHARLES DARNELL 
"If failure occurs, try again; it is through failure that suc- 
cess is gained. " 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3, Manager 4; Football 1; 
Basketball Manager 1; Home room Officer 1,3; Senior Play 
4; Pep Club 4; F. F.A. 4; Annual Staff 4; Business Club 4; 
Student Council Representative 3; Senior Service League 
4; Office Assistant 3,4; Miss King High Escort 3. 



Graduating Class— 1963 



GLORIA DUGGINS 
"All that glitters is not gold. " 
4-H Club 1; F.H.A. 1^4; Business Club 3,4; Paper Staff, 
Associate Editor 3; Alternate Cheerleader 2, 3; Varisty 
Cheerleader 4; Pep Club 4; Junior Science Club 1; Glee 
Club 2,3,4; Student Council Representative 3; Social 
Chairman of F. H. A. ; Piano 1. 



NORMA EDMONDS 
"How lonely we would be, what would we do, you without 

me, and 1 without you. " 
4-HClubl; F.H.A. 1,2; Business Club 4; Paper Staff 4; 
Bus Captain 4; Senior Play 4; Library Club. 



LINDA EDWARDS 

"Our deeds still travel with us afar, and what we have 

been makes us what we are. " 

F.H.A. 1,2; 4-HClub 1; Business Club 4; Library Club 4; 

Paper Staff 4; Bus C,ii".nn -',,■]. S.-moi Play 4. 




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Senior Class of 1964 



Graduating Class— 1925 



LINDA F17LK 

"Smile and the world smiles with you; cry and you cry 

alone. " 

F. H. A. 1; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; Vareity Basketball 

2; Junior Science Club 1,2; Math Club 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1; 

Paper Staff 4; Glee Club 2; Senior Service League 4. 




JEANETTE FULTON 
"To thine own self be true and it follows as the night the 

day— thou canest not be false to any man. " 
Cheerleader 1; Softball 1; Bus Captain 1; Debating 3,4; 
Beta Club 3,4; Math Club 4; Senior Service League 4; 
Senior Science Club 4; Band 2,3,4; Band Officer 2, 
Treasurer; 4-H Club 1; Paper Staff 3,4; School Science 
Fair Winner 1; Basketball Scorekeeper 4; Pep Club 4; Senior 
Play, Business Manager 4; Honor Student 4. 



RICHARD GIBSON 
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. " 
Glee Club 3,4; F. F. A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2, 3,4; Bus 
Captain 2, 3; Substitute Bus Driver 2, 3, 4. 



KAYE GOFF 
"It's awful simple to love someone, but it's simpley awful 

to lose someone you love. " 
Band 1; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; Vareity Basketball 2; 
Bus Captain 1,2; 4-H 1,2; F. H.A. 1; Pep Club 1,4; Paper 
Staff 2,4; Senior Play 4; Senior Superlative 4. 




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R. C. GORDON 

"Always hustle and you'll always win. " 

BasebaU 1,2,3; Basketball 2, 3; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; 

Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Business Club 4; Bus 

Captain 4; Student Council Representative 2, 3. 



JUDY HARRISON 

"You're just not living unless you're smiling. 

4-HClub 1; F. H.A. 1,2; Glee Club 3. 



BRENDA HENSLEY 

"There's not the least thing can be said or done, but 

people will talk and find fault. " 

Paper Staff 4; Second Place Science Fair Winner 1; Senior 

Play 4; Senior Service League 4; 4-H Club 1. 



Class of 1925 




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DORIS HOLDER 

"Love is the weapon used to win all battles. " 

4-HClubl; F.H.A. 1, 2, 4; Business Club 4; Homeroom 

Officer 3; Pep Club 4; Cheerleader 4; Junior Science Club 

1; Paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Senior Play 4. 



FREYA JOHNSON 
"If life has a second edition, how I would correct the 
proofs. " 
Math Club 2,3, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3; Beta Club 
2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4; Jimior Science Club 1; 
Senior Science Club 2; Student Council 2, 3, Secretary 2, 
Vice-President 3; Glee Club 1; Annual Staff, Editor 4, 
Junior Editor 3; Chief Marshal 3; Honor Student 4, Girl's 
State Representative 3; Monogram Club2; PepClub Officer 
4; Basketball l,2j Senior Superlative; Honor Student 4. 



SUSAN JOHNSON 
"I will not follow where the path may lead, but I will go 

where there is no path, and I will leave a trail. " 
Senior Service League 4; Senior Play 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4, 
Recording Secretary 4; Junior Science Club 1, Reporter 1; 
Senior Science Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Math 
Club 2, 3, 4, First Vice-President 3, President 4; Student 
Council 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Cheerleader 3,4, Chief 4, 
Reporter 3; Marshal 3; Girl's State Representative 3; Home- 
room Officer 1; Science Fair Winner 3; Pep Club 4; Paper 
Staff 1,3,4; Senior Superlative 4; F. H. A. 2,3; Library 
Club 2 ; Honor Student 4. 



Graduating Class of 1928 

Largest graduating class of stokes County up to that time. 




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JO ANN KEY 

"It matters not what you are thought to be, but what you 

are. " 

Glee Club 1; Bus Captain 1,2; 4-H Club 1,2. 



Class of 1928 



PAM KIRBY 
"Never bow to a king, nor step on a worm. " 
Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Science Club 2; Math Club 2, 3, 
4; Paper 2,4; Pep Club 4; F.H.A. 4; Student Council 3, 
Recording Secretary 3; Science Fair Winner 2; Junior 
Marhsal 3; Class Officer 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Annual Staff 4; 
Senior Superlative 4; Honor Student 4. 



DAVID LAWSON 
"Speak softly and carry a big stick. " 
Pep Club 4; Office Work 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Superlative 4; 
Aimual Staff 4. 



JIMMY LOGO INS 

"Ad Astra Per Aspera. " 

Senior Science Club 2,3,4, Science Club Officer; Junior 

Science Club l;Paper Staff 3;Math Club 4; Senior Play 4; 

Senior Superlative 4; Latin Forum 2. 




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Senior Class of 1964 



Class of 1936 




JERRY LONG 
"Whatever you do, try your best to do it better than any- 
one else. " 
Junior Science Club 1; 4-H Club 1; Business Club, Treasurer 
4; Glee Club 1,2; Band l,2j Homeroom Officer 1,2,3; 
Library Club 4; Student Council Representative 1; Miss 
King High Escort 3. 



PHYLLIS LOVE 
"Dark clouds gather, but somewhere bright stars are 
shining, so why not shine with them. " 
4-H Club 1; Student Council Representative 1; Junior 
Science Club 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Miss King High Attendant 
2; Senior Play 4; Senior Service League 4; Piano 1,4; Glee 
Club 3; Bus Captain 3; Paper Staff 4; Pep Club 4; Cheer- 
leader4; Senior Science Club 3, 4; School Science Fair 
Winner 3; County Science Fair Winner 3; Majorette 1,2,3, 
4, Co-chief 3,4, 



DL^NE MABE 

"If I have faltered more or less, it's just my search for 

happiness. " 

4-H Club l,2;Junior Varsity Basketball IjStudent Council 

Officer 1, Representative 2; Class Officer 1,2; Piano 1,2; 

Paper Staff 3,4. 



PEGGY MABE 
"Walk while ye have the light, lest darkness comes upon 

you. " 
Junior Science Club 1; 4-H Club 1,4; F. H.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Pep Club 1,4; Beta Club 4; Business Club 4; Math Club 2, 
3,4, Reporter 3; Senior Science Club 4; Senior Class Re- 
porter 4; Bus Captain 3, 4j Lunchroom Cashier 4. 




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J. C. MARSHALL 
"The reward of one duty is the power to fulfill another. " 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Bus Driver 4; Substitute Bus Driver 3; 
4-H Club 1. 



JUDY ANN MARTIN 
"The thing that costs the least, but creates the most, 
just a pleasant smile. " 
4-H Club 1; Glee Club 3,4; Pep Club 4. 



BOBBY MOORE 
"The reward for a thing well done is to have done it. " 
Band 1,2, 3, President 2, Treasurer 3; Class Officer, Presi- 
dent 1, 3, 4; Junior Science Club 1, Officer; Senior Science 
Club 2,3,4, President 3; Math Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 3 
Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Treasurer 4; Bus Driver 4 
Student Council 1,2,3, Treasurer 2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; 
Paper Staff 3; Boy's State Representative 3; Marshal 3 
Senior Superlative 4; Senior Play 4; Pep Club 4; Honoi 
Student 4; Homeroom Officer 3. 



Class of 1937 




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KATHERINE MOORE 
"Impossibilities are only opportunities in disguise. " 
Student Council 1,2, 4; Pep Club 1,4; Junior Science Club 
1; Senior Science Club 2,3; Glee Club 2; Math Club 2; 
4-H Club l;Bus Captain 1,2; Band 1,3,4, Band Officer 1, 
4; Majorette 1, Chief 3, 4; Band Sweetheart 4; Class Officer, 
President 2; Beta Club 2,3,4; Paper Staff 2,3, Editor 4; 
Miss King High Attendant 1; Miss King High 4. 



JANET MOSER 
"Reputation is what others think; character is what you 
really are. " 
Library Club 2,4; Glee Club 1,4; Business Club 4; Paper 
Staff 4; Pep Club 4; F. H. A. 1, 2; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 3. 



NANCY NEWSOME 

"Wliat 1 can do, 1 ought to do, and what 1 ought to do, by 

the grace of God, 1 will do. " 

4-H Club 1; Glee Club 3. 



Class of 1942 




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Class of 1945 



Siv'. 



C. L. SHOUSE 
"With me, anything is possible. " 
F. F. A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Senior Play 
4; Bus Driver 2. 



ARTHUR SMITH 
"I do then with my friends as I do with my books. I would 
have them where I can find them, but I seldom use tliem. 
F. F.A. 1; Varsity Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual 
Staff 4; Pep Club 4; Business Club 4; Glee Club 3. 



GENETT SMITH 
"A smile is like an echo; it always comes back to you. " 
Student Council Representative 3, 4; Class Officer, Secre- 
tary 1,4; Homeroom Officer, President 2; Glee Club 3,4; 
Pep Clubl,4;4-H Club l;Bus Captain 2, 3; F. H. A. 2, 3, 4^ 
Business Club, Secretary-Reporter 4; Paper Staff, Typist 4, 
Reporter 3; Annual Staff 4, Typist; Alternate Cheerleader 4; 
Junior Science Club 1; Library Club 4; J. V. Basketball 1. 




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Senior Class of 1964 



Class of 1948 



GERALD SMITH 
"Do not depend too much on others, for your success, in 

most instances, is achieved by your own efforts. " 
F. F. A. l,2,3,4i Annual Staff 4; Paper Staff 4; Senior Su- 
perlative 4; Senior Play 4; Miss King High Escort 4. 




HARRELL SMITH 
"He has achieved success who has lived \ 
often, and loved mucii. " 



Ell, laughed 



KAYE SMITH 

"Give to the world the best you have and the best will 

come back to you. " 

F.H.A. 1; 4-H 1; Business Club 4; Paper Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Annual Staff 1, 3; Junior Play 3; Senior Play 4; Glee Club 

3, 4; Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3; Library Club 2;Pep Club 4. 



BECKIE SPAINHOUR 
"A stranger to me is a friend I've never met. " 
F.H.A. l,2,4i Officer 2, 4; Business Club 4; Cheerleader 
4; Student Council Representative 4; Miss King High At- 
tendant 2,3,4; Pep Club 4; Paper Staff 4; Senior Play 4; 
Annual Staff 4;Basketball Manager 3;Glee Club 3,4;Class 
Officer 3. 





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LEONARD TUTTLE 

"Work, work, work and you'll be dead before you're 

twenty. " 

F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; Substitute Bus 

Driver 2, 3; Senior Play 4; 4-H Club 1; School Science Fair 

Winner 1; Pep Club 4. 



NORMA TUTTLE 
"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny 
matters compared to what lies within us. " 
Junior Science Club 1; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; F. H. A. 
2,3,4; 4-H Club 1; Homeroom Officer, Vice-President 2; 
Class Officer, Secretary 3; Pep Club 1; Business Club 4; 
Annual Staff, Typist 4; Paper Staff, Typist 4; Glee Club 3, 
4; Bus Captain 2, 3,4j Senior Service League 4. 



SANDY VOGLER 
"The bad thing about being a good sport is that you have 

to lose to prove it. " 
4-H Club 1; Junior Science Club 1; F. H. A. 1; Bus Captain 
4j Senior Superlative 4; Glee Club 4; Junior Varsity Basket- 
ball 1; Varsity Basketball 2,3,4, Captain 4; Business Club 
3, 4, President 4; Senior Play 4; Halloween Queen 4; Paper 
Staff. Sports Editor 4. 



Class of 1947 




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RONALD WALL 
"Do unto otherc as you would have them do unto you. " 
Bus Driver 4; Substitute Bus DriverS; Junior Varsity Basket- 
ball 1. 



SYLVIA WALL 
"For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also, " 
F. H. A. 1; 4-H Club 1,2; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; 
Student Council 1; Bus Captain 3,4; Pep Club 1,4; Miss 
King High Attendant 1; Paper Staff 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Senior 
Play 4; Armual Staff 4, Business Manager 4. 



MABLE WARNER SHELTON 
"How lonely we would be, what would we do, you without 

me and I without you. " 
4-H Club 1,2; F.H.A. 2; Science Club 4; Business Club 4; 
Paper Staff 4; Senior Play 4; Library Club 4. 



Class of 1950 



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RONALD WHITE 
"It's better to give than to receive. " 
Junior Vareity Basketball 1; Baseball 1; 4- H Club 1,2,3; 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. 



Class of 1951 



SANDRA WOLFE 
"The soiling of another will never make oneself clean. " 
Junior Science Club 1; Science Fair Winner l;Class Officer 
2; Senior Science Club3,4, Secretrary-Treasurer 4;Beta 
Club 2, 3, 3, Treasurer 3, Corresponding Secretary 4; Student 
Council, Treasurer 4; Annual Staff 4; Glee Club 3,4; Bus 
Captain 2,3,4. 



KIM GRABBS 
Mascot 



DERRICK DUGGINS 

Mascot 




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Most Studious 

SUSAN JOHNSON 
JIMMY LOGGINS 










Most Likely to Succeed 



PAM KIRBY 
BOBBY MOORE 



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Best Looking 

KAYE GOFF 
ARTHUR SMITH 



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Most Athletic 

SANDRA VOGLER 
STEVE BOYLES 




Best All Around 



JUDY COLLINS 
GERALD SMITH 



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Marshals 



Freya Johnson, Chief 
Susan Johnson 
Bobby Moore 
Betty Badgett 
Pam Kirby 



Honor Students 




Left to right: Jeannette Fulton, Susan Johnson, Bobby Moore, Pam Kirby, Betty Badgett, Peggy Mabe, Freya Johnson. 

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Susan Johnson 

Freya Johnson 

These girls were among the 

first Girls' Staters to visit 

the new capitol in Raleigh. 



Girls' State Representatives 




Steve Boyles 

Bobby Moore 
Though these boys worked 
hard, they will never for- 
get the good times they 
had at Boys' State. 



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The Egg and I 




Kaye Goff, Janet Moser, and Kay Smith worked behind Mrs. Marinus, Director, shows Ronnie White and Leonard 
the scenes. Tuttle how to put up scenery. 

The setting for this play is the kitchen of a chicken farm. 




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Don tries to tempt a skxonk out of hiding while his family and friends watch. 




Cast 



Don Harrell Smith 

Betty Sxisan Johnson 

Joan Sandra Vogler 

Ann Becky Spainhour 

Fishface Leonard Tuttle 

Mr. Mannix Bobby Moore 

Mrs. Mannix Phyllis Love 

Hi Baby David Lawson 

Coreen Pat Boyles 

Electrician R. C. Gordon 

Councilor Steve Boyles 

Lingery Lady Ann Pruitt 

Photographer Gerald Smith 

Demonstration Agent Brenda Hensley 

J. J Charles Darnell 

Millicent Ames Karen Bolejack 

Toni Doris Holder 

Paula Linda Edwards 

Mitzi Norma Edmonds 

Sally Mabel Shelton 

Thad Jimmy Loggins 

Thermometer Tessie Dee Carroll 



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Miss King High School 

and 
Band Sweetheart 



KATHERINE MOORE 





PAST MISS KING HIGHS— Jane Caudle Watts, Carolyn Calloway Boles, Judy Johnson 
McHone, Sylvia Barber, Judy Meadows Wall, Hazel Paris Snyder. 



Miss King High Attendants and Escorts 



Patsy Durham— Bobby Brown; Frankye Pulliam— Charles 
Covington; Diane Boyles— Ronnie Westmoreland; Rebecca 
Spainhour— Harrell Smith; Betty Badgett, Maid of Honor- 
Steve Boyles; Katherine Moore, Miss King High— Gerald 



Smith; Kim Grabbs, flower girl; Derrick Duggins, crown 
bearer; Dee Carroll- Arthur Smith; Judy Eaton— Bobby 
Slate; Betty Dug gins— Larry Smith; Alice Cox— Benny 
Matthews. 







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Class of 1965 



Juniors 

JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
JIMMY ASHBY, President; 
LARRY BOLES, Vice- 
President; SANDRA LAW- 
SON, Secretary; JOHNNY 
HALL, Treasurer. 




Brenda Ambum 
Jimmy Ashby 
Carolyn Baker 
Greg Bennett 




Diane Boyles 
Douglas Boyles 
Elbert Boyles 
Steve Burge 
Kay Carroll 








Perry Carroll 
Brenda Collins 
Barbara Covington 
Louise Cox 




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Class of 1965 



Juniors 

High School Student 
Body in 1912-1914 




Judy Eaton 
Roger Fulk 
Jerry Goff 
Richard Goff 






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Gloria Gordon 
Peggy Gordon 
Thelma Gordon 
Betty HaU 



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Johnny Hall 
Jimmy Hauser 
Kay Hensley 
Gary Hicks 



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Kathy Johnson 
Mary Ann Kirby 
Leon Lankford 



High School Student Body in 1923-24 



Gail Holder 
Linda Hunter 
Larry Ingram 
Donald James 





Glenda Lawson Sandra Lawson 





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Sara Lawson 
Jane Lewis 
Mary Ann Lineback 
Don Mabe 



Ronnie Mabe 
Judy Marshall 
Jerry Martin 
Butch McGee 





Carlton McKinney 
Elaine McKnight 
Dottie Meadows 
Johnny Mitchell 



High School Student Body in 1926 



Juniors 





Juniors 



Elementary Student Body— Jennie Reid, Teacher 



Deborah Moore 
Sammy Moore 
Clydie Moorefield 
Sidney Moser 



Ellen Neal 
Jeanette Needham 
Marilyn New 
Norma Newsome 



Carol Newsome 
Shirley Overby 
Doug Payne 
Shelby Poindexter 




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Donna Roberts 
Franklin Sells 
Bobby Slate 
Carolyn Slate 



Brent Smith 
David Smith 
Doris Smith 
Gary Smith 





Kay Smith 
Larry Southern 
Jerry Stanley 
Wanda Stone 



High School Student Body in 1927-28 



Juniors 





Juniors 



High School Student Body in 1929-30 



Ronnie Tedder 
Harold Timmons 
Bobby Tuttle 
Vamer Vogler 





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Earl Voss 

Ronnie Westmoreland 

Eddie White 

Larry Wood 



Kent Kiser 





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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 
BARRY HALL, President; LARRY SMITH, Vice-President; BRENDA HAUSER, Secretary; 
ALAN HICKS, Treasurer 



Sophomores 



Judy Brown 
Ilene Bumette 
Glenn Collins 
Jean Collins 
"Butch" Calloway 



James Calloway 
Virginia Calloway 
Charles Covington 
Linda Covington 
Danny Cox 



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James Cox 
Dallas Cromer 
Sally Cromer 
Betty Dodson 
R. W. Ebert, III 



Glenn Bennett 
Ronald Bennett 






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Clayton Easter 
Donald Fain 
Barry Hall 
Betty Felts 
Kathleen Fuquay 



Sophomore Class 



Gail Gordon 
Ann Gunnell 
Gary Hall 
Robert Hall 
Brenda Hauser 



Alan Hicks 
Sandra Holder 
Reid Hudgins 
Kelly Jackson 
Elaine James 



Frank James 
Andrea Johnson 
James Joyce 
Pat Keiger 
Charles Kirby 




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Beverly Kiser 
Lois Kiser 
Bonita Lewis 
Donald Love 
Diane Mabe 






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Janice Marshall 
Kay McKmght 
Leslie Meadows 
Judy Mickey 
Hiosky Moser 



Sophomore Class 



David New 
Jim Newsome 
Nicky Newsome 
Gaither Palmer 
Betty Jo Petree 



Frankye Pulliam 
Jimmy Slate 
Linda Slack 
Joyce Slate 
Rodney Slate 



Anyce Smith 
Dale Smith 
Elwin Smith 
Lairy Smith 
Linda Smith 



Micheal Smith 
Penny Smith 
Stancel Smith 
Judith Tedder 
Joe Vogler 









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Donna Walters Phyllis Watts Joseph Webster Brenda Nancetta 

Westmoreland Westmoreland 



Don White 



Donald 6off 
1949-1963 



Donald Goff 

Donnie has left us, but not without memories, dear 
memories that we will ever cherish. He lived, laughed 
and played with us for a short time and then he was gone! 
We cannot fill the vacant space, but we can work harder 
to meet the challenges of our school, in memory of him. 




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Freshman Class 




FRESHMAN CLASS 

OFFICERS 

STEVE HAUSER 

President 

KENNETH TUTTLE 

Vice President 
SAMMY NEWSOME 
Secretary-Treasurer 




"Butch" Barber 
Peggy Belton 
Virginia Bennett 
Peggy Binkley 



Judy Blakely 
Lena Bowen 
Omnie Boyles 
Terry Brandon 



Theresa Brooks 
Bobby Brown 
Regina Burrow 
Verlie Cain 



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Brent Carroll 
Cecelia Carroll 
Richard Conner 
Catherine Covington 
Jane Covington 



Alice Cox 
Becky Crews 
Brent Cromer 
Jerry Cromer 
Ricky Cromer 



Roger Dodson 
Patsy Durham 
Linda Easter 
Melvin Edwards 
Ronnie Fnlk 






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Mary Etta Gatewood 
David Gibson 
Betty Gordon 




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Wanda Gordon 
Edward Gnnnell 
Dwight Hall 
Steve Hauser 
Carolyn Heath 



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Patricia Hunter 
Robert lainan 
Benny Jeffords 
Sammy Jeffords 
Franklin Jenkins 



Tommy Jessup 
Raeford Kiser 
Vicki Law 
Alan Lewis 
Peggy Mabe 



Maurice Marshall 
Carolyn Martin 
John Martin 
Benny Matthews 
James Mays 



Freshman Class 



Jimmy McHone 
Doris McKnight 
Ronnie Meadows 








Jack Meadwell 
Teresa Moser 
Diane Needham 
Barry Nelson 
Joel New 




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Jo Ann Newsome 
Kay Newsome 
Mary Jane Newsome 
Sammy Newsome 
Eddie Sargeant 



Teresa Slack 
David Smith 
Marlin Smith 
Ronnie Smith 
Sara Smith 



Dean Southern 
Bill Stanley 
Janet Stanley 
Ila Mae Stewart 
Barbara Tucker 



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Kay Tuttle 
Kenneth Tuttle 
Rose Ann Tuttle 




Terry Tuttle 
David White 
Jerry White 
Kent Whitt 
Andrew Wolff 



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Trophies are a tradition at 
King. 



Boys enjoyed playing basketball even before we had a 
gym. 



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King High School has al- 
ways been known for win- 
ning teams as well as for 
good sportsmanship and 
school spirit. 



Girls Basketball Team 1929-30 



Boys Baseball and Basketball Teams 1926-27 




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Sandra Vogler, Co-Captain 





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Though they don't always win, our girls work hard and 
are good sports. We're proud of them. 



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Basketball 



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Row 1: Diane Boyles, Penny Smith, Betty Jo Petree, Phyllis Sarah Smith, Jane Covington, Kathleen Fuquay, Betty 
Watts, Barbara Covington, Gail Gordon, Judy Brown, Brenda Duggins, Nancetta Westmoreland, Peggy Mabe, Marie 
Collins, Sandra Vogler. Row 2: Betty Felts, Manager; Bowen. 



Kathleen Fuquay 



Gail Gordon 



Mr. R. M. Collins, Coach 






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Steve Boyles, Co-Captain 




Boys' 




Basketball Team 1927-29 



We have a young team this year with only one senior 
boy. These boys have worked hard and made a good 
showing for King. 



David Smith, Co-Captain 




Barry Hall 



Franklin Sells 



Harvey Tedder 





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Basketball 




Row 1: David Smith, Ralph Essick, Barry Hall. Franklin 
Sells, Steve Boyles, Doug Payne, Harvey Tedder. Row 2: 
Bruce Hall, Husky Moser, Frank James, Charles Kirby, 



Larry Smith, Charles Covington, Vamer Vogler, Joe 
Vogler. 



Ralph Essick 



Sid Williams 
Coach 





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Baseball Team 



Sid Williams 
Coach 



Baseball Team 1925 




Row 1: Charles Covington, Harvey Tedder, Arthur Smith, 
Bobby Slate, Bobby Moore, Frank James, Larry Wood, 
Steve Burge. Row 2: Bruce Hall, Manager; Bobby Tuttle, 



Donald James, Steve Boyles, Perry Carroll, Jay Donathan, 
Larry Southern. 




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Cheerleaders 




Row 1: Rebecca Spainhour, Susan Johnson, Co-Chief; Pat 
Boyles, Co-Chief; Dee Carroll. Row 2: Gloria Duggins, 



Doris Holder, Marilyn New, Phyllis Love, Karen Bolejack. 



With the help of Mrs. Pedigo, this year's cheerleaders 
have been the very best ever. There are two more than 
the usual seven. Much hard work goes into becoming a 
good cheerleader but seeing these girls in action makes 
you know that it is worth it. These girls have done a fine 
job in helping to build school spirit. 



MASCOTS 
Nancy McGee 
Karen Johnson 




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Just think what girls are missing by not being in the 
F. F.A. —green hands, corn cobs, raw eggs, toilet paper, 
shoe shining, and vocal solos. 








These former F. H. A. members are now making good use 
of the training they received in our home economics de- 
partment. 



1951— F.H. A. Girls serve at a banquet. 




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Our F. F.A. boys have always raised 
prize -winning livestock. 






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Home Economics Class— 1930 



"All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. "—This 
could never be said about a student at King High School. 
Our varied program of extra curricular activities adds 
spice to school life. 





Row 1: Ellen Neal, Earl Voss, Sandra Lawson, Betty 
Badgett, Susan Johnson, Sandra Wolff, Miss Hall. Row 2: 
Becky New, Teresa Moser, Freya Johnson, Sammy 



Newsome, David White, Jimmy Ashby, Charles 
Covington, Perry Carroll, Penny Smith, Beckie Spainhour, 
Donna Roberts, Marie Van Dusen. 



Student Council Installations have always been impressive programs. How many of these newly installed officers do 
you remember? 




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BETTY BADGETT 
President 



SUSAN JOHNSON 
Vice-President 



EARL VOSS 
Recording Secretary 




SANDRA LAWSON 


SANDRA WOLFF 


MRS. GINNS 


Corresponding 


Treasurer 


Sponsor 


Secretary 







MISS KATHLEEN HALL 




Student Council 

For the past seven years K. H. S. has had a strong, efficient 
Student Council due to the untiring efforts of Miss Kathleen Hall. 
Miss Hall has always been ready to offer encouragement, new 
ideas, and help to her Student Council as well as to any member 
of the student body. Though we lost Miss Hall this year we are 
grateful to have had her here to teach, guide, and understand us. 



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FREYA JOHNSON 
President 



STEVE BOYLES 
Vice-President 



SUSAN JOHNSON 
Recording Secretary 



SANDRA WOLFF 
Corresponding Secretary 



BOBBY MOORE 



MRS. JANE PEDIGC 
Sponsor 




Beta Club 

The Beta Club is a service organization for outstanding 
students. Members are chosen by their character, achieve- 
ment, and academic standing. The Beta Club Convention 
is the highlight of the year for Beta's. 



The student body has a "ball" the day that new Beta Club 
"Worms" are sold as slaves. 

Row 1: Brenda Collins, Jeanette Fulton, Sandra Lawson, 
Bobby Moore, Steve Boyles,Freya Johnson, Susan Johnson, 
Sandra Wolff, Katherine Moore, Diane Boyles,Pam Kirby. 
Row 2: Brenda Hauser, Donna Roberts, Doris Smith, Peggy 
Mabe, Betty Padgett, Penny Smith, Carole Newsome, 



Carolyn Slate, Pat Keiger. Row 3: Ronald Bennett, Larry 
Boles, Clydie Moorefield, Earl Voss, Don Mabe, Barry 
Hall, Gary Smith, Johnny Hall, Jimmy Ashby, Charles 
Covington, Terry Bowman, Perry Carroll. 




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SUSAN JOHNSON 
President 



TERRY BOWMAN 



JOHNNY HALL 

Second Vice 

President 



BRENDA COLLINS 
Secretary 



LARRY BOLES 




MRS. J. M. 

UNDERWOOD 

Sponsor 



Alpha Delta 
Mathematics Club 

The Math Club is an organization for students who have a 
special interest in mathematics. At the meetings members 
are able to delve more deeply into subjects that there is 
not time to cover adequately in class. 



Is this what Math Cluber's do at their meetings? 

Row l:Jeanette Fulton, Sandra Lawson, Larry Boles, Johnny Loggins, Gary Smith, Earl Voss, Don Mabe, Harold 

Hall, Terry Bowman, Susan Johnson, Br enda Collins, Timmons, Charles Covington, Jimmy Ashby, Perry Carroll, 

Barbara Covington, Penny Smith, Betty Badgett. Row 2: Johnny Mitchell, Judy Collins, Peggy Mabe. 
Mr. Underwood, Bobby Moore, Steve Boyles, Jimmy 




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Row 1: Kathy Johnson, Pat Keiger, Peggy Mabe, Mabel Mitchel, Terry Bowman, Perry Carroll, Brenda Haijser, 

Warner, Johnny Hall, Gary Smith, Jimmy Logg ins, Sandra Steve Boyles, Jerry Martin, Harold Ti mna on s, Charles 

Wolff , Susan Johnson, Jeannette Fulton, Phyllis Love, Pat Kirby, David New, Husky Moser, Charles Covington, Bobby 

Boyles. Row 2: Ronnie Tedder, Brenda Collins, Johnny Moore, Don Mabe, Earl Voss, Carole Newsome. 



I Senior 
Science Club 

The Science Club members help organize the school and 
county fairs. Members are those students who are es- 
pecially inte rested in chemistry, biology, or physics. 



GARY SMITH 
President 



JOHNNY HALL 
Vice President 



SANDRA WOLFF 
Secretary-Treasurer 



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MRS. ALENE GRAVITT 
Sponsor 




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DOUG PAYNE 
Vice-President 



ARTHUR SMITH 
President 



FREYA JOHNSON 
Secretary- Tre asiire r 



MRS. JANE PEDIGO 
Sponsor 




Pep Club 



The cheerleaders played an 
important part in organizing 
the Pep Club this year. They 
lead pep rallies to teach club 
members their new yells. 



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BRCKIE SPAINHOUR 
President 


SANDRA LAWSON 
First Vice 
President 


ELLEN NEAL 

Second Vice 

President 


PENNY SMITH 
Secretary 


MARY ANN KIRB'' 
Treasurer 


MRS. VIRGINIA 












PATTERSON 












Sponsor 














Future Homemakers 
of America 



F. H. A. girls have fun cooking and sampling the results. 



Row 1: Brenda Hauser, Diane Boyles, Lena Brown, Peggy 
Mabe, Kay McKnight, Jane Covington, Wanda Gordon, 
Sara Smith, Betty Petree, Penny Smith, Marilyn New, 
Beckie Spainhour, Dee Carroll, Carolyn Heath, Regina 
Moser, Teresa Moser, Vicki Law, Jane Lewis, Frankye 
Pulliam, Phyllis Watts, Gail Gordon. Row 2: Janice Crews, 
Catherine Covington, Elaine McKnight, Pat Keiger, Betty 
Felts, Jean Collins, Judy Brown, Judy Mickey, Lois Kiser, 
Bonita Lewis, Sandra Holder, Andrea Johnson, Alice Cox, 
Theresa Brooks, Brenda C oil ins, Sandra La wson, Ellen 



Neal, Beverly Kiser, Nancetta Westmoreland, Betty 
Duggins. Row 3: Marie Bowen, Doris Holder, Karen 
Bolejack, Gloria Duggins, Linda Hunter, Donna Roberts, 
Kay Tuttle, Cecelia Carroll, Janet Stanley, Norma Tuttle , 
Barbara Covington, Kathy Johnson, Peggy Mabe, Diane 
Mabe, Judy Tedder, Kay Carroll, Carolyn Baker, Rose 
Ann Tuttle, Dottie Meadows, Mary Ann Kirby, Carolyn 
Slate, Kathleen Fuquay, Wanda Davis, Genett Smith, 
Brenda Booze, Pam Kirby. 




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GERALD SMITH 
President 



ALLAN HICKS 
Vice President 






SAMMY MOORE HARVEY TEDDER 

Secretary Treasurer 




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MR. SAM FURCHES 
Sponsor 



Future Farmers 
of America 




Row 1: Jerry White, Terry Turtle, Bradley Ne wsom e, 
Omnie Boyles,Marliii Smith, Jay Donathan, Bobby Brown, 
Clayton Easter, Gerald Smith, Allan Hicks, Sidney Moser, 
Steve Burge, Butch McGee, Carlton McKinney, Joe Vogler, 
Ri cha rd Conner, Ricky Cromer, Barry Nelson, Dwight 
Hall, Brent Carroll, Brent Cromer, Wayne White. Row 2: 
Melvin Edwards, Robert Inm an, Donald Fain, Glenn 
Cromer, Ossler Adkins, Nicky Newsome, Raeford Kiser, 
Tommy Jessup, Kenneth Whitt, Robert Hall, Glenn 
Bennett, Phil Edwards, David Brandon, Andrew Wolff, 
Ricky Conner, Ronnie Fulk, Edward Gun n ell. Jack 
Meadwell, Ronnie Smith, Kenneth Tuttle, Ronnie 



These F. F. A. Boys and Mr. Furches served and washed 
dishes at the Mother and Daughter Banquet in 1954. 

Meadows. Row 3: David Gibson, Larry Ingram, John 
Martin, Ronnie White, Homer Lawson, Elmer Sargeant, 
Gary Hicks, Mike Richardson, Wayne Davis, Butch 
Calloway, Junior Speas, Donald James, Vamer Vogler, 
Frank James, Mike Boyles, Arthur Smith, Charles Darnell, 
Harvey Tedder, Jerry Stanley, Richard Gibson, Elwin 
Smith, Greg Bennett. Row 4: Rodney Slate, Elbert Boyles, 
James C alio way, James Beasley, Roger Fulk, Leonard 
Tuttle, Jerry Goff,Gary Hall, Eddie White, Ronald Wall, 
Richard Goff, Ralph Essick, Dallas Cromer, Gaither 
Palmer, Doug Boyles, Kent Kiser, Rormie Mabe, Jimmy 
Hauser. 




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Row 1: Jerry Long, Genett Smith, Sandy Vogler, Kaye 
Smith, Arthur Smith, Mr. Tilley. Row 2:Dottie Meadows, 
Mabel Warner, Beverly Kiser, Doris Smith, Judy Collins, 
Elaine McKnight, Norma Edmonds, Clydie Moorefield, 

Future Business 
Leaders 



R.C.Gordon, Larry Wood, Norma Turtle, Betty Badgett, 
Peggy Mabe. Row 3: Harold Timmons, Janet Moser, Linda 
Edwards, Gloria Duggins, Karen Bolejack, Dee Carroll, 
Beckie Spainhour, Doris Holder, Leon Lankford. 




Typing students hard at work. 



SANDRA VOGLER ARTHUR SMITH GENETT SMITH JERRY LONG 

President Vice President Secretary Treasurer 




MR. FRANK TILLEY 
Sponsor 



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Row 1: Ellen Neal, Kathy Johnson, Janet Moser, Dee 
Carroll, Jeannette Fulton, Norma Edmonds, Mabel Warner 
Shelton, Katharine Moore, Diane Boyles, Doris Holder, 
Susan Johnson, Beckie Spainhour, Judy Eaton, Marilyn 
New. Row 2: Gerald Smith, Linda Edwards, Shirley Overby, 
Doris Smith, Gail Gordon, Diane Mabe, Brenda Collins, 
Gloria Duggins, Phyllis Love, Karen Bolejack, Sammy 
Newsome, Joel New, Kay Carroll, Kay Tuttle, Genett 



Smith, Dottie Meadows, Judy Collins, Brenda Hensley, 
Linda Covington, Jane Lewis, Carolyn Baker, Wayne 
White, Reid Hug gins. Row 3: Joyce Slate, Sandra Lawson, 
Beverly Kiser, Brenda Hauser, Norma Tuttle, Penny Smith, 
Linda Fulk, Benny Matthews, David New, Charles 
Covington, Harold Timmons, Jerry Martin, David White, 
Kay Goff, Carol Benton, Kaye Smith, Lena Bowen. 




Hi-Lite Staff 

The purpose of the newspaper is to report to students 
school events and give teachers and students a chance to 
air their opinion. 



KATHERINE MOORE 
Editor 



DL^NE BOYLES 
Associate Editor 



MR. FRANK TILLEY 
Sponsor 



The Christmas 1927 edition of the 
school paper. It was then known as the 
King Breeze . 




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The Eagle Staff 




FREYA GAYE JOHNSON 
Editor 



ARTHUR SMITH 
Associate Editor 




SANDRA LAWSON 
Junior Editor 



MARILYN NEW 
Junior Editor 




Students look forward each year to receiving their year- 
books. Staff members have worked hard since 1947 to 
produce books which are a record of King High School. 



SANDRA WOLFF 

IImiI) S, 1u..1 rditor 



REBECCA SPAINHOUR 



CHARLES DARNELL 



Piiotograpliy Editor 



PAT BOYLES 
Feature l£ditor 





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GERALD SMITH 



DORIS HOLDER 



C. L. SHOUSE 
Business Staff 



SYLVL4 WALL 



DAVID LAWSON 



The staff of the King EAGLE would like to take this 
opportunity to thank Mrs. Nell Voss and the people of 
the community for the pictures they submitted for our 
annual. Without these pictures, our annual could not 
have been a success. 




STEVE BOYLES 
Sports 



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MR. J. M. UNDERSOOD 
Advisor 



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MRS. REBECCA MOSER 
Advisor 



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First King High Armual 



KATHERINE MOORE 
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Bus Drivers 




Row 1: Bobby Moore, Clayton Easter, Arthur Smith, Leon 
Lankford. Row 2: Michael Richardson, Ronnie Mabe, 



J. C. Marshall, Ronald Wall. Row 3: Ronnie Tedder, 
Johnny Mitchell, Terry Bowman. 




Custodians 



Mr. & Mrs. Ed White 




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HIGH SCHOOL CAFETERIA STAFF: Mre. Adaline 
Kiser, Mrs. Beulah Boyles, Mrs. Ruth Hauser. 



Cafeteria 
Personnel 



ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CAFETERD\ STAFF: Mrs. 
Nadine Barr, Mrs. Lonnie Baker, Mrs. Maude Hall, 
Mrs. Delia Martin. 




Library Assistants 



Norma Edmonds, Janet Moser, Genett Smith, Jerry Long, Linda Edwards, Mable Warner Shelton, Mrs. Rebecca 
Moser, Librarian. 




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1928 FOURTH GRADE-Mrs. Ethel Ayere, Teacher 




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Jerry Bennell 
Ira Benton 
Junior Bowman 



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Becky Brown 
Benny Brown 
Arnold Burnett 
Dorothy Burrow 
Mike Butner 



Ronnie Carroll 
Glenda Collins 
Kenneth Cox 
Kathy Craig 
Vicki Cromer 
Kim Duggins 



Richard Easter 
Diane FuUk 
Dorothy Fulk 
Wilma Fuquay 
Diane Gatewood 
Ruth Gibson 



Jack Goins 
Teddy Goodman 
Martin Gordon 
Barry Hall 
Vance Hall 
Lonnie Hardy 



Gary Hauser 
Junior Hensley 
Brenda Hill 
Wesley Hill 
Bruce Holder 
Evelyn Hunter 



Patsey Jackson 
Pat Johnson 
Bonnie Key 
Ricky Kirby 



Sharon Kirby 
Sandra Kiser 
Karen Lankford 



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Deborah Mabe 
Jerry Marshal 
Kathy Mabe 
Jean Martin 
John Martin 
Carol McDonald 



Mary Ann McGee 
Belinda Moser 
Grant Nance 
Becky New 
Barney Newsome 
Frankie Newsome 



Jimmy Newsome 
Linda Newsome 
Philip Newsome 
Shirley Newsome 
Gail Phipps 
Eugene Sands 



Charlotte Sargeant 
Eddie Sargent 
Mike Slate 
Gerald Smith 
Kay Smith 
Vernon Smith 



Brenda Southem 
Linda Stanley 
Gale Stone 
David Taylor 
Melvin Thomas 
Peggy Thomas 



Carolyn Thurman 
Linda Jane Tuttle 
Tex Tuttle 
Marie Van Dusen 
Glenn Wall 
Roimie Walters 



Kenneth Warner 
Sandra Watts 
Philip Westmoreland 
JoAnn White 



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Maxie Whitt 
Frankie Willard 
Chris Wood 




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Special Education 




Odell Bameycastle 
Eddie Cox 
Teiry Easter 
Leo Fulk 
George Coins 
Donald Gordon 



Linda Jarre 11 
Margaret Jarrell 
Billy King 
Billie Joe Lewis 
Donald Logan 
Richard McGuire 



William Newman 
Randy Phipps 
Martha Richardson 
W. T. Richardson 
Margie Sands 



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Susan Adkins 
Ruth Ayers 
Johnny Barnes 
Carolyn Bameycastle 
Laura Beasley 
Lacy Beck 
Diane Bennett 

Mimi Booe 
Brenda Bowden 
David Boyles 
Janet Byrd 
Lydia Calloway 
Vicki Carroll 
Margret Collins 

Susan Covington 
Sybil Covington 
Betty Cromer 
Nancy Cromer 
Mary Sue Davis 
Karen Dermy 
Ann Edmonds 

Brenda Edwards 
Elaine Fain 
Donnie Fulk 
Kermeth Fulk 
Joseph Gentry 

Billy Green 
Judy Gordon 
Eddie Hall 
Steve Hall 
Doris Hardy 



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Seventh Grade 



Beverly Ha user 
Danny Haynes 
Darl Hicks 
Bart Keiger 
Barbara Key 
Dennis Kinzer 
Frances Kirby 

Jane Kirby 
Arolene Kiser 
Deborah Kiser 
Micheal Kiser 
Sharon Kiser 
Benny Lawson 
Peggy Lawson 

Douglas Lineback 
Kathy Log gins 
Curtis Manring 
Eddie Marshall 
Melissa Marshall 
Nancy Marshall 
Ronnie Marshal 

Tommy McGee 
Keith Merritt 
Carolyn Mickey 
Edgar Moore 
Robely Moore 
Darlene Moser 
Dottie Nance 

Bonnie Nelson 
Billy Newsom 
Charles Newsome 
Polly Newsome 
Richard Newsome 
Sammy Newsome 
Jackie Overby 

Kay Patterson 
Steve Patterson 
Janice Priddy 
Dale Richardson 
Micheal Rierson 
Jan Roberts 
Susan Slate 

Stuart Sizemore 
Sharon Smith 
Barbara Speas 
Tommy Stanley 
Katherine Stewart 
Joan Tedder 
Steve Tedder 

Tim Tedder 
Terry Timmons 
Deborah Tuttle 
James Tuttle 
Morinie Tuttle 

Peggy Tuttle 
Wayne Tuttle 
Ann Willard 
Larry Willard 
Ronnie White 






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Johnny Boles 
Phillis Bowen 
Linda Boyd 
Debbie Brooks 
Marcia Burge 
Lucille Burrow 
Herman Butner 

Leroy Cain 
Kenneth Carroll 
Charles Cole 
Walter CoUins 
Rhonda Craig 
Billy Cruchkley 
Kathy Dodson 
Charles Flippin 

Barry Fulk 
Donald Fulk 
Ceroid Fulk 
Larry Fulk 
Rex Golf 
Robert Gordon 
Carol Griffin 
Faye Gunnell 

Sharon Gueynn 
Ann HaU 
Mike Hall 
Joyce Hartgrove 
Ricky Hartgrove 
Ronnie Hawks 
Ann Holder 
Danny Holder 

Gerry Lynn Hooker 
Janet Hunter 
Mike Ingram 
Wanda James 
Danny Jenkins 
Wanda Johnson 
Weldon Keiger 
Roger Key 

Ricky Lewis 
Brenda Mabe 
Dean Mabe 
Shirley Mabe 
Harold Mahatheey 
Claude Manring 
Keimeth McDonald 
Ruth McGuire 

Ronnie McHone 
Gary Merritt 
Cathy Moore 
Larry Moore 
Rosemary New 
David Newsome 
Delia Newson 
Nancy Newman 

Polly Newsome 
Loni Newsom 
Horace Overby 
Patricia Palmer 
Brenda Phipps 
Rene Preston 
Steve Preston 
Mark Pulliam 

Kathy Roberts 
Brenda Sargeant 
Joyce Sizemore 
Sammy Slate 
Leona Smith 
Linda Smith 



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Sixth Grade 



Rosalene Smith 
Sandra Smith 
Ina Southern 
Jackie Stanley 
Judy Stanley 
David Tedder 
Danny Tucker 
Sheila Tuttle 

Carla Van Dusen 
Brenda Wall 
Eddie Wall 
Allan White 
Jeffrey White 
Steve White 
Larry Wilson 













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Fifth Grade 



Patricia Aldrich 
L. C. Allen 
Martha Ayerrs 
Deborah Barnes 
Beth Barr 
Donald Beasley 
Mike Beasley 
Joan Bennett 
Tilda Bermett 
Donna Bolejack 
Carylon Boles 
Janie Sue Boles 
John Bowen 
Debbie Boyles 
Janet Boyles 
Kathy Boyles 
Danny Brown 
Steven Brown 
David Burge 
Thomas Collins 
Dee Cox 
Ricky Cromer 
Leon Dalton 
Rikki Duggins 





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Keith East 
Steve Ebert 
Kathy Edmondson 
Robie Fowler 
David Fulk 
Junior Fulk 
Suzane Gamer 

Deborah Gentry 
Carole Gibson 
FrarLkye Greene 
Randy Griffin 
Carole Gunnell 
James Hall 
Steve Hall 
Terry Hall 

Tommy Hall 
Elizabeth Hauser 
Roberta Helsabeck 
Jo Ann Inman 
Sarah Johnson 
Doug Jones 
Tommy Jones 
Bobby Key 

Donald King 
Beth Kirby 
Billy Kirby 
Kenny Kirby 
Debbie Kiser 
Donna Lankford 
Francis Laws 
Glenda Lawson 

Dorothey Lewis 
Betty Ann Mabe 
Michael Mabe 
Elizabeth Marshall 
Rebecca Marshall 
Allan McGuire 
Diane McGuire 
Rita McGuire 

Gail McHone 
Lelan Meadwell 
Bill Mitchell 
Marilyn Moore 
Gerald Nance 
Richard Nance 
Sherryl Needham 
Kenneth Nelson 

John New 
Debbie Newsome 
Robin Newsome 
Roy Newsome 
Camille Patterson 
Sammy Patterson 
Gary Preston 
Michael Reed 

Debbie Robertson 
Danny Sargeant 
Doug Sells 
Beverly Simmons 
Craig Sizemore 
Grant Smith 
Martha Smith 
James Stanley 

Kenny Stone 
Ed Taylor 
Mike Taylor 
Joe Tuttle 
Teddy Tuttle 
Stafford Tuttle 
Elizabeth Weigner 
Steven White 



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Fourth Grade 



Ronnie Ayers 
Tim Badgett 
Connie Bennett 
Gray Bennett 
Paula Bennett 
David Benton 
Terry Boles 
Florence Bowen 



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Mike Campbell 
Vicki Campbell 
Judy Collins 
Delma Cox 
Helen Cox 
Andy Cromer 
Cathy Denny 

Mike Denny 
Deborah Duggins 
Cherise Easter 
Conrad 'Easter 
Mary Easter 
Rodney Ebert 
Jackie Fain 
Ricky Flecher 

Frank Fulk 
Benny Gatewood 
Johnny Gibson 
Larry Goins 
Terry Goff 
Roger Gordon 
Ronnie Griffin 
Ted Gwyn 

Debbie Hall 
Emily Hall 
Joyce Hardy 
Laura Hardy 
Roy Hardy 
Nicky Hartgrove 
Gene Horton 
Brenda Hawks 

Bruce Heath 
Wanda Helsabeck 
David Hicks 
Ricky Hicks 
Doris Holder 
Janet Holder 
Mitzi Holt 
Barbara James 

Harold Jarrell 
Karen Johnson 
Ricky Johnson 
Logan Jones 
Mitchell Jones 
Steve Jones 
Obie Kinzer 
Barry Kirby 

David Kirby 
Samuel Kirby 
Ann Kiser 
Beth Keiger 
Kathy Knight 
John Lawson 
Robert Lawson 
Wayne Lineback 






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Third Grade 




Andrew Loggins 
Merle Lynch 
Brenda Marshall 
Nancy McGee 
Ray McGuire 
Steve McKnight 
Rex Mendenhall 

Debbie Merritt 
Gary Merritt 
Kaye Mitchell 
Joyce Moore 
Craig Moser 
Deborah Moser 
Phillip Moser 

Thomas New 
Minnie Newman 
Wayne Newman 
Steven Newsom 
Susan Payne 
Lawrence Phipps 
Teressa Poteat 



Rhonda Priddy 
Mary Pulliam 
Carlton Rierson, 
Cindy Riggs 
Roger Rutledge 
Clay Shelar 
Bobby Shinault 



Angela Smith 
Brent Smith 
Robert Smith 
Vicki Smitherman 
Michael Southern 
Mike Spainhour 
Glenda Stanley 

Jean Stanley 
Karen Stanley 
BiU Tedder 
Jerry Tedder 
Joan Timmons 
Kay Tucker 
Brenda Tuttle 



Hope Ann Tuttle 
Roy Tuttle 
Sandra Tuttle 
Wanda Tuttle 
Ronnie Voss 



Debbie Wall 
Ricky Wall 
Mike Williams 
Jeffrey Wood 



Ernest Adkins 
Richard Adkins 
Jackie Ashley 
Zacchaeas Ayeis 
Jane Barnes 
Glenda Beasley 
Wayne Beck 
Rita Benton 



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Third Grade 



Bobby Bowden 
Karen Boyles 
Michael Boyles 
Gale Brandon 
Freddie Braswell 
Linda Cain 
Laura Campbell 
Danny Carroll 

Jill Carroll 
Betty Collins 
Deborah Collins 
Calvin Covington 
Denise Covington 
Nel] Jo Covinyton 
Ronnie Covington 
Linda Cox 

Ann Craddock 
Charlotte Craddock 
Judy Cromer 
Robin Cromer 
Harlan Denny 
Tim Donathan 
Nancy Duggins 
Douglas Easter 

Shelia Edwards 
David Ford 
Dottie Fulk 
Wanda Fulk 
Howard Gentry 
Anne Goff 
Cathy Goff 
Linda Coins 

William Gordon 
Melodie Griffin 
Linda Gunnell 
Carolyn Hall 
Joyce Hall 
Merri-Dell Hall 
Robert Hardy 
Stanley Hartgrove 

Judy Helsabeck 
Danny Hicks 
Donnie Holder 
Shawna James 
Ellis Jarrell 
Wanda Jones 
James King 
Jimmy Kiser 

Gary Lawson 
Jonathan Lawson 
Rex Lawson 
Barry Lewis 
Mary Lewis 
Roy Mabe 
Sheila Mabe 
Vicki Mabe 

Nancy Manring 
Jimmy Marinus 
Ann Martin 
Carole McGee 
Keimeth McGee 
Chinetta Moore 
Jeffrey Nance 
Van Neal 

Brenda Newsome 
Darrell Newsome 
Tommy Newsome 
Barry Overby 
Carolisa Palmer 
Libby Pegram 
Vickie Preston 
Arlen Priddy 








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Judy Sands 
Mike Sands 
Phillip Sargent 
Christine Shelar 
Bonnie Shinault 
Randy Sizemore 
Gary Slate 

Tommy Slate 
Debbie Smith 
Lynne Southern 
Vicki Spainhour 
Bobby Stanley 
Joe Stanley 
Ray Stevenson 
Jill Tedder 

Roger Tuttle 
Marlon Venable 
Jonathon White 
Terry Willard 
Tony Yates 



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Vicki Ambum 
Suzanne Ashbum 
Debra Atkins 
Patsy Ayers 
David Beck 
Janet Boles 

Billy Bowden 
Sandra Boyles 
Cathy Brown 
Jayne Carroll 
Robin Campbell 
Charlotte Childress 
Jerry Cox 

Sybil Craddock 
Glenn Crutchley 
Christa David 
Denise Denny 
Sharon Denny 
Mark East 
Nelson Easter 

David Ebert 
Alan Edmondson 
Linda Essick 
Wanda Fletcher 
Jean Flippin 
Bradley Fowler 
Frankie Fowler 

Milen Coins 
Janet Gordon 
Jane Gordon 
Linda Gordon 
Martha Gordon 
Debra Griffin 
Darlene Hall 

Mark HaU 

Tim Hall 

Jerry Hardy 

Debbie Sue Hartgrove 

Jerry Hauser 



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Second Grade 



Denise Haynes 
Glenn Heath 
Wendy Hicks 
Janet Hill 
Donna Holt 
Kathy Horton 
Vickie Ingram 

Donnie Jenkins 
Douglas Jennings 
Deborah Jones 
Charlotte Lankford 
Ed Lankford 
Janet Lawson 
William Lewis 



Joni Lilly 
Angela Mabe 
Judy Mabe 
Sandra McKnight 
Lynn Mitchell 
Keith Moore 
Mack Moore 



Karen Moorefield 
Timothy Moser 
Wanda Nance 
Donna Needham 
John Newman 
James Pegram 
Mary Ann Potts 

Hilton Priddy 
Donna Lynn Rierson 
Victor Robertson 
Randy Sargent 
Beverly Shore 
Dean Slate 
Sharon Slate 



Vickie Slate 
Peimie Smith 
Randy Smith 
Ronnie Smith 
Sharon Smith 
Vickie Smith 
Jeffrey Southern 



Timothy Southern 
Claude Stanley 
Ruby Stevens 
Ricky Thomas 
Brad Tuttle 
Larry Tuttle 
Sharon Tuttle 



Shelia Vaden 
Craig Wall 
Andy Watts 
Merril Watts 
Randy Watts 



Ricky Whitley 
Terry Whitley 
Carol Jean Whitt 
Tony Whitt 



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James Adkins 
Michael Aldridge 
Lynn Ambum 
Elizabeth Ayere 
Sandra Ayers 
Judy Beasley 
Mandy Bennett 
Margo Bennett 

Randy Bennett 
David Booze 
Billy Covington 
Frankye Boyles 
Donna Brown 
Gregory Calloway 
Brenda Campbell 
Aaron Chilton 

Danny Collins 
Melanie Collins 
Mark Randell Covington 
Melinda Covington 
Jerry Cromer 
Rhonda Dodson 
Mary Easter 
Christine Fulk 

Randy Fulk 
Timothy Fulk 
Deborah Fuqua 
Donnie Gatewood 
Cindy Goff 
Teresa Goff 
Shirley Goins 
Michael Gordon 

Wesley Greene 
Gleim Gunnell 
Allen Hall 
Joel Hall 
Judy Holt 
PhiUip Hall 
Judy Hardy 
Kathryu Hartgrove 

Derrick Hauser 
Lisa Hicks 
Ned Holder 
Paul Homer 
Ricky Hunter 
Tommy Jackson 
Fredia Johnson 
James Johnson 

Diane Jones 
Dorothy Jones 
Susan Keiger 
Jeanette Key 
Chester King 
Karen Kirby 
Ricky Kiser 
Michael Lankford 

Tina Lawson 
Owen Mabe 
Tony Manring 
Michelle Marinus 
Lisa Martin 
Neil McClanahan 
Zee Ann McGee 
Charles McKnight 

Tim McLean 
Dean Merritt 
Richard Mitchell 
Christine Moser 
Ronnie Moser 
Tracie Moser 
Leroy Newman 
Mittie Mae Newman 



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Benny Newsome 
Dorothy Newsome 
Kelly Newsome 
Patti Newsome 
Paula Kay Newsome 
Teresa Overby 
Karen Patterson 

Tresa Ann Philley 
Andra Poteat 
Bonnie Pratt 
Deborah Richardson 
Tony Richardson 
Nancy Riggs 
Cheryl Roberts 

Marty Sands 
Sheldon Sands 
Debra Sargent 
Mark Slate 
Barbara Smith 
Daryel Smith 
Judy Smith 

Mark Smith 
Christine Southern 
Gray Southern 
Jeffery Spainhour 
Dee Ann Stewart 
Kay Sweatt 
Jimmy Tackett 

Donna Taylor 
Frankie Thomas 
Timothy Thomas 
Penny Thurman 
Vickie Tucker 
Audrey Gale Tuttle 
LaDorma Tuttle 

Mark Tuttle 
Randy Lee Tuttle 
Brent Vaden 
Douglas Vance 
Steve Wall 
Dickie Watts 
Ann White 



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Darlene Bowen 
Fred Brown, Jr. 
Gail Collins 
Phillip Crews 
Ann Davis 
Mitchell Ingram 
Janet Kirby 
Sherrill Kiser 

Darlene Larikford 
James McGee 
Sandra McHone 
David Newman 
Jan Roberts 
Johnny Shaw 
Carol Sizemore 
Kathy Sizemore 

Robert Stevens 
Vanessa Walsh 
Dean Wamer 
Jackie Weaver 
Donna Whitt 
Robert Whitt 





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New businesses help our community and our school. 




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Compliment-s of 

DIXIE RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT 

COMPANY, INC. 

900 Peters Creek, Parkway 

Winston -Sal em. N. C. 



King 



KING FARM SUPPLY 

Feed, Seed, Fertilizer 

Unico Electrical Appliances 

Phone 98-3-9395 
North Carolina 



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Compliments of 
STANLEY TRAILER PARK 

North Carolina 



King 



Compliments of 
SLATE FUNERAL HOME 

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King 



Compliments of 
DON'S BARBER SHOP 

North Carolina 



Rural 



DICK PAYNE REALTY CO. 
WO 9-5469 PA 3-5346 

Hall North Carolina 



King 



Compliments of 
EPPERSON'S GARAGE 

North Carolina 



DEWEY WILSON'S SHOE SHOP 

Rural Hall 

All work guaranteed 



Compliments of 

The Friends 

BUSS JR. and JACK 



MOOREFIELD ESSO SERVICE 

Grease jobs. Oil change 

Tires-Tubes and Batteries 

Phone YU 3-8315 

King North Carolina 



BIG W RADIO 
WPEG -1550 ON YOUR DIAL 
Forsyth and Stokes Counties 

Only Exclusive 
Country and Gospel Station 



TAYLOR'S WAREHOUSE CO. 


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Paul T. Taylor 




Kelly Ritter 


Paris Pepper 




John Nelson 



Compliments of 

ROLLERLAND SKATING RINK 

King North Carolina 



Compliments of 

SANITARY RESTAURANT 

450 North Main Street 

Winston-Salem North Carolina 



King 



Compliments of 
SOUTHSIDE BARBER SHOP 

North Carolina 



SLATE'S ATLANTIC SERVICE 

Washing - Groceries - Lubrication 

Oil Changing - Fisk Tires 

We give S & H Green Stamps 

Route 1, King, North Carolina 

'ATLANTIC KEEPS YOUR CAR ON THE GO' 



114 



THE NORTHWESTERN BANK 




King, N. C, 



115 





Compliments of 








RURAL HALL 








FURNITURE 






W0 9- 


-3740 


WO 9 


-4892 



Septic Tanks-Service 
Plumbing -Supplies 



MERRITT PLUMBING CO. 

Phone YUkon 3-9325 
King, North Carolina 

FRED L. MERRITT 



KING MILLING CO. 

Manufacturers of 
Family Friend Flour-Cherokee Cornmeal 

King Dog Food 

Phone 983-9843 Box No. 157 

King, North Carolina 

Bill and Don Burge 



King 



FRIENDLY BEAUTY SHOP 

Helene Curtis, Rayette and Bonat 

Permanents 

Mrs Annie K. Trawick 

Owner and Operator 

Gentry and Moser Bidg. 

Phone YU 3-8495 

North Carolina 



Compliments of 



NSTON-SALEM 
BUSINESS COLLEGE 





Authorized Bulova Dealer 




We R 


epair All Makes of Fine Watc 

LONG JEWELERS 

Jewelers and Watchmakers 


les 


King 


North Caro 


lina 



SPRINKLE'S FLOWER SHOP 


"Flowers for 


all Occasions" 


2537 Robi 


n Hood Road 


Phone 


724-4451 



Smart Fashions 
for Men and Boys 

Ladies Sportswear 



B 



Btitlk'' 



1/ 



Winston-Salem 
High Point 



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WILSON BROTHERS 






LUMBER COMPANY 






All Kinds of Building Materials 






"From Tree to Key" 
Construction 




Commercia 


1 Residen 
Phone 969-2215 


tial 


Rural Hall 


North Carol 


ina 



BOCOCK-STROUD COMPANY 



Sporting Goods 

Dependable for 35 Years 

Phone PA 4-2421 

Winston -Sal em. North Carolina 



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Doe 


s It Like 


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Winston 


-Sal 


em 














N( 


orth Caro 


ina 





Harris 






Wholesale Builders Supply, Inc. 


' 




The Builders' Supermarket 






Building Supplies, Paints and Plumbi 


ng 


P . O . Box 305 


605 N. Main Street, Pilot Mountain, North Carolina 


Phone 368-2256 




368-2257 






/ 





Lil y 


Electric Comp 

Electric Contractors 

Residential - Commercial 

Repairing and Revising 

All Types 

Electric Heating 

98-3-3516 


any 


King 




Dempsey B. Lilly - Owner 


North Carolina 



J. 


C. Bo es Self-Service 




Groceries - Meats - Produce 




Dry Goods - Feeds - Flour - Fertilizer 




Phone EMerson 8-2506 


Pinnacle 


North Carolina 



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Kooler's Food Center 



Phone 98-3-9775 



King, North Carolina 



Boles Hardware Company 

Paint - Hardware - Appliances 
Sporting Goods - Toys 
Maytag - Westinghouse 



'We Service What We Sell" 



King 

James and Frances Tedder 

Phone YU 3-8935 



Pinnacle 

Ernest Boles 

EM 8-2592 



.DAN RIVER PRINTS 


OUR FABRICS ARE OF THE FINEST QUALITY 


.BURLINGTON FABRICS 




.WOOLENS & CREPES 


CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES 


.FALL COTTONS 


FREE ESTIMATES 


.DRAPERY MATERIAL 


CALL983-3313-JOE VOSS 


.SIMPLICITY PATTERNS 
.NOTIONS 


FABRICS AND CAMPING SUPPLIES 


Desco 


Fabric Company 


OPEN NIGHTS-PHONE YU 3-3313 Hwy. 52, BY PASS KING, KING, N. C. 




V/e Represent 




SINGER 




SEWING MACHINES 



119 



PIEDMONT MOBILE HOMES 




52 North - Winston -Salem, N. C. 
Phone PA 3-7316 



UNITED SAVINGS 
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 




Phone 093-3198 

King, North Carolina Marvin D. Gentry, Manager 
Insured Savings Home Financing 



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WARNER'S SERVICE STATION 

YU 3-8420 

King North Carolina 



NEEDHAM FUNERAL HOME AND CHAPEL 

Oxygen Equipped and 2-Way Radios 

Air-Conditioned Ambulances 

368-2522 or 368-2236 

Pilot Mountain North Carolina 



RURAL HALL BEAUTY SHOP 

Jerry and Amy Jo Kiger 

Owners and Operators 

Telephone WO 9-5753 

Rural Hall North Carolina 



Compliments of 

KING DRIVE-IN THEATER 

YU 3-8045 



Compliments of 

PILOT MOUNTAIN FORD MOTOR CO. 

Cars and Trucks 

Phone 368-2257 



COX FUNERAL HOME 




24 Hour 


Service 




Telephone 


388-2233 




Pilot Mountain, 


North Caro 


ina 


THE HOMELIKE. 


FUNERAL HOME 



Compliments of 

MOTHER AND DAUGHTER STORE 

in Winston Salem 

FEMININE FASHIONS 



MOOREFIELD'S FLOWER SHOP 

Flowers for all Occasions 

Bulbs-Plants -Perennials -Cut Flowers 

Corsages-Funeral Designs 

Phone YU 3-5851 North Carolina 





Compliments of 






STANLEYVILLE GULF SERVICE 




u. 


S. Highway 52 & N. C. Highway 
Telephone 377-2312 


66 


Rural Hall North Carol 


ina 



DOGWOOD INN 

3835 Patterson Ave. Ext. 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



Compliments of 
HILL'S LEXINGTON BARBECUE 



W. C. Searcy King, N. C 

KING BARBER SHOP 

If you like my hair cuts, tell others, 

if not, tell me. 

Phone 98-3-8545 



Compliments of 
C. W. MYERS TRADING POST INC. 

2718 North Liberty Street 
Winston-Salem North Carolina 



Compliments of 
JAY'S DRIVE-IN 



Compliments of 
A FRIEND 



Compliments of 

SHOUSE'S GRILL 

Rural Hall North Carolina 



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VADEN AND TURNER 
ESSO SERVICE 

Emergency AAA Service 

Lubrication— Battery Service 

Tire, Wheel Balancing 

U.S. Route 52-Phone WO 9-4453 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 

Blocked Bags 



"The Typewriter show place 
of the Year." 

Royal Typewriters 

KELLY TYPEWRITER COMPANY 

616 West Fourth Street 

Winston -Sal em. North Carolina 

Sales - Service - Rental 







Compliments of 






J. ELLIS COON 






All Kinds of Insurance 


Day 


98 


-3-8685 Home EM 82986 
King, North Carolina 



KING BEAUTY SHOPPE 



YU 3-3575 



Peggy and Albert Newsome 



SMITHERMAN'S AUTO SHOP 



Complete Auto Glass Service 

Auto Trim Work 

Custom Interiors - Our Specialty 

Brown Road 

King 

North Carolina 



RURAL HALL SHELL SERVICE 



Wesley Hunsucker 



Lubrication 



Jim 



Gas 



Oil 



Coley 



RUPERT HALL 

Agent 

Nationwide Mutual Ins. Co's, 

"Service, None Better" 





Compliments of 




DAIRI-0 




Home-made Ice -Cream 




Fountain Drinks 


King 


North Carolina 



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PIEDMONT FEDERAL 






SAVINGS 


AND LOAN 






Current Rate - 4% Dividends 




Main 


Office 


Kernersville 


Corner, Third and Liberty 




Branch 




Northside 


Shopping Center 




North 


side Branch 


Northside Shopping 


Center 




123 



Western Auto Associa 


te Store 


The Family Store 




R. H. Gentry 




King, North Carolina 


, 


Phone 98-3-3440 





Coo 


k' 


s 


Wore 


house 


p. H. Thomas 








W. R. Fowler 


B. E. Cook 








C. B. Strickland, Jr. 


Doug Cook 








Julian Vaughn 


Fred McLaughlin 






PA 4-9239 


Garland Griffin 


1 


Mo 


rning Sale Every 


Day" 





Herman's 


' 




Mens - Boys 






The Style Cfenter 






Famous Name Brands 




98-3-9621 King 


East Bend, 


North Carolina 







V 


og er Service 

Funeral Directors 
AMBULANCE SERVICE 










Radio-Control led and Air-Conditioned 
Dependable Service for More Than a Century 






Phone 


722 


-6101 


Winston -Sal em. 


N. 


C. 



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Compliment-s of 

MOORE AND SLATE 



Distributor of Seoltest 



KING 


GUANO 


COMPANY 




Agrico 

Robertson's 

Priddy's 

Royster's 

Weaver's 


- 




Patapsco 

Morris' 

Bough's 

V.C. 

Zells 




Th 


ese Fertili 


zers for Sal 


e at all Times 




Chilton Tobacco Curers 


- Tobacco 


Barn Flue Pipes 




Bob Westmoreland 






J. W. 


Gentry 




Phone YU 3-8865 
King, North Carolina 










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Compliments of 

JAMES BURROW SURVEYING CO. 

Phone YU 3-3485 



Compliments of 

COMMERCIAL & FARMERS BANK 

Rural Hall North Carolina 



Compliments of 

KING LUMBER COMPANY 

King North Carolina 



PRINGLE READY MIX CEMENT CO. 

Rural Hall North Carolina 

Phone 969-5107 



W. L. LYNCH 
Department Store 
King, N.C. Pilot Mountain, N .C, 
98-3-9800 EM 8-2647 



Compliments of 
'. FLYNN'S LUNCH 
110 West 4th Street 
Winston-Salem Phone 722-2634 



Compliments of 

HINKLE'S BOOK STORES, INC. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Mt. Airy, N. C. 



Compliments of 
BELL'S RECAPPING AND AUTO SERVICE 



Have Your Clothes Cleaned 

AT KING 

DRY CLEANERS 

Next Door To Post Office 

Call 983-3340 



Route one 


Compliments of 
IRA TUCKER 

King, N. 


C. 



GRIFFIN INSURANCE AGENCY 

Fire and Liability Insurance 

YU 3-9002 

Renard Griffin, General Agent 

Sue Griffin, Secretary 



Compliments of 

J. E. TUTTLE SERVICE STATION 

Rural Hall, N. C. Phone 969-9155 













Lnion for Senior* . . . 

and Other Smart 

Students 


6E7^E/? , 
tIGHT ' 


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Good light heads off drc 
speeds you through assi 
make sure your bulb is i 
size, that your lamp sf- 
light, and that it flares er 
fuse light over all yourwor 


jwsiness and 
gnments. So 
n the proper 
ode reflects 
lOugh to dif- 
c area. Make 




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good light your friend ... for life. It 
costs so little, means so much! 




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KI', 

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Compliments of 

EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY 

(Kodak Copiers) 

Paul T. Johnson, Representative 

Phone 725-0213 



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Compliments of 




ESTHER'S BEAUTY SHOP 




YU 3-8130 


K 


ng North Carolina 



BIG OAK SUPERETTE 


Ralph Boyies 


Owner & Operator 


Route 2 


King, North Carolina 


A Complete 


Line Of Groceries & Auto 




Accessories 



Phone WO 9-3197 


RURAL HALL 


LAWN MOWER SERVICE 


T. C. Myers, Jr., Owner 


3/4 Mile North of Rural Hall 


Route 2, Box 72 Rural Hall, N. C. 



DRAUGHON'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 


Secretarial & Accounting Courses 


Business Adm. - IBM Training 


Day Classes 8 A. M. till 1:15 


Evening Classes Monday and 


Thursday 6:30 to 9:30 P. M. 


Miss Carolyn Westmoreland, President 


632 W 4 PA 2-0121 



MAC'S GARAGE 

Real Service Sign 

98-3-5825 

Highway 52 King, North Carolina 



CALLOWAY SHELL SERVICE 

Grease Jobs-Oil Change 
Fisk Tires-Tubes & Batteries 



Phone YU 3-8691 



King 



North Carolina 



Northwest Beverage Company 

ROYAL CROWN COLA 

AND 

DR. PEPPER 



GORDON'S COMPLETE AUTO PARTS 
SERVICE 

Distributors of Nationally 

Known Automobile Parts 

Operated by Howard Gordon 

"In Business To Serve You" 

King, N. C. 98-3-9641 



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J. Earl Griffin 

Plumbing-Heating-Septic Tanks 

Route * 1 King, North Carolina 

Phone 969-5491 




Expect More at Stockton's 
More Style — More Quality — More Service 



orman otocktonH nc. 



411 N. Cherry St. Winston-Salem. N. C. 







Comp 


limen 


ts of 




G 


rower's 


w 


are 


house 






Phone 


PA 4 


-3688 






Winston- 


-Salem 




North Carolina 



King Insurance Service, 


1 nc. 


Service Means A Lot 




P. O. Box 516 Phone 983-3195 




King, North Carolina 





128 



SHORE MERCHANTILE COMPANY 




Furniture and Wilson 

Sporting Goods 

Johnny Tink 



TINY DINY 



Phone 983-9305 



King 



North Carolina 



129 



Compliments of 

WARREN'S DRUGS 



Rural Hal 



North Carolina 



Compliments of 

ROMINGER 

423 North Liberty 
PA 4-7411 
EST 1900 



Compliments of 

B&VMOTOR COMPANY 

Phone 377-2253 

Stanleyville North Carolina 

"Best In Cars" 



TENNY'S 

319 West 4th Street 



Winston-Salem 



North Carolina 



Ready to Wear, Sportswear Lingerie 



SWIMMING 


S HELTON'S LAKE 


Large Fresh Lake, Sand Beach 


Picnic Grounds and Snack Bar 


Olivet Church Road West Between 


Old Highway 421 and Robinhood Rd. 


Hrs. Week Days -9 a. m. to 6 p. m. 


Sunday 12 to 6 p. m. 



FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS 



E. E. SHORE INSURANCE AGENCY 



Phone 96-9-2165 or 96-9-2955 



Rural Hall 



North Carolina 



JOE COVINGTON 
ESSO-SERVICE 

ESSO Gas and Oil 

Goodyear Tires and Tubes 

Del CO Batteries-Groceries 

King Route ^ 1 North Carolina 



■-.. 


M. A. PICKETT'S 


5 


and 10^ DEPT. STORE 




Home of Better Values 




King, North Carolina 



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Fue 


Oil 


Su 


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C 


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Wholesale D 


ealer 


- Esso 


Prod 


uct 








ph 


one 


98- 


-3-5685 








K 


"ng, 


North C 


aroli 


na 










Printed Mete 


r Service 


















Fuel for 


Home 


and F< 


3rm 
















Esso 


Furnaces and 


burner 


Service 









Compliments of 

Gordon's Hardware 

A Complete Line of Hardware 

Mitchel Loman 

King, North Carolina ' Phone 98-3-8595 



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Compliments of 










K 


in 


g 


Furniture C 

Complete Home Furnish 
Phone YU 3-9762 


om 

Ings 


P 


on 


y 







Wo 


-Griffin 

Recapping, Whee 


Tire 

Alignment 


Co. 


, 






V 


Wheel Balancing 






Phone 


98 


-3-8891 




King, North Caro 


ina 



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COMPLETE FOUNTAIN AND LUNCHONETTE 



BUIE PHARMACY 




Spacious Parking 



Phone 983-31 18 



HILLCREST MOBILE HOMES 




jiv^f," 'x- jt-t «*x,*_-*ji' 



Buy for Less at Hi 1 1 crest 
4009 Patterson Avenue Phone 723-6824 



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Rura Ha Lanes 




Or 


le Mile 


North of Rural Hall on Hwy. 

Air Conditioned 

All Night Bowling 
Friday and Saturday 


52 



Compliments of 



Scotty's Drive-In 



Hwy. 52 



Phone 377-2763 



G 


rover 


Shug 

Authorize 

Rural Hall, 

Phone 


art Motors, 

;d Ford Dealer 

North Carolina 
'. 377-2281 


Inc. 




"Don't T 


rade For Ar 


>y Car Until You See Us" 





FAMILY DRIVE-IN 

King, N. C. 

Home Cooked Meals & Sandwiches 

Curb Service 

Dining Room for Parties 



BILL OGBURN'S RESTAURANT 

Hwy. 52 North 
Mt. Airy, N. C. 

Home of the Cow Burger 



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Every human being, created in the image of God, is endowed with a 
power akin to that of the Creator-Individuality, power to think and do. The 
men in whom this power is developed are the men who bear Responsibilities, 
who are leaders in enterprise, and influence Character. It is the work of true 
education to develop this power to train the youth to be thinkers, and not mere 
reflectors of other men's thought. Instead of confining their study to that which 
men have said or written, let students be directed to the sources of truth, to 
the vast fields opened for research in nature and revelation. Let them contem- 
plate the great facts of duty and destiny, and the mind will expand and 
strengthen. Instead of educated weaklings, institutions of learning may send 
forth men strong to think and to act, men who are masters and not slaves of 
circumstances, men who possess breadth of mind, clearness of thought, and the 
courage of their convictions. 

Such an education provides more than mental discipline; it provides 
more than physical training. It strengthens the Character, so that truth and 
uprightness are not sacrificed to selfish desire or worldly ambition. It fortifies 
the mind against Evil. Instead of some master passion becoming a power to 
destroy, every motive and desire are brought into conformity to the great 
principles of Right. As the perfection of His character is dwelt upon, the mind 
is renewed, and the soul is recreated in the image of God. 

What education can be higher than this? What can equal it in value? 

JONES STUDIO 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



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STANLEYVILLE PHARMACY 

We Deliver in the Stanleyville 

and 

Rural Hall Areas 

Route one. Rural Hall 

at Stanleyville, N. C. 

Phone 377-2244 











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THtRE S NO Pl«Ct lIKfTToMl ® 











STOKES COUNTY'S FINEST FOOD CENTER 



KING SUPER MARKET 




Freshest Produce, Meats and Groceries 
Free Delivery Phone 38515 



Compli 


ments of 




HENNIS FREIGHT LINES, 


INC. 


Winston -Sal em 


North C 


arolina 



135 



STOKES MOTOR COMPANY 




Your Chevrolet Dealer 

King, North Carolina 

C. T. McGee Tim McGee 



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Bermuda Swimming Pool 
Distributor - Dealer 

Home Improvement Headquarters 
General Contractors 

Residential Remodeling 

Commercial Industrial 

Alterations Tailor Made 

Aluminum Storm Doors and Windows 

Beautiful Building Lots 

Free Estimates - Day or Nite 

DEWEY LONG 
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 

Phone YU 35175 King, North Carolina 



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Debaters 




JEANETTE FULTON BENNY MATTHEWS JOYCE SLATE 



JOEL NEW 




Harrell Smith, Bud Calloway, David La wson, Nancy Tedder, Betty Badgett, Sandra La wson, Carolyn Baker, 

Winslow, Jimmy Loggins, Billy Long, Frances Allen, and Katherine Moore. 

Miss Kathleen Hall, Gerald Smith, Nancy Turtle, Jimmy 



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Our Sweetheart - Miss Hall 




The seniors entertained Miss Hall with a tea after the chapel program. 



On December 6, 1963 the students of King High School 
presented a program entitled "Our Sweetheart" in which 
they honored Miss Kathleen Hall. Miss Hall left King after 
seven years of working with us. At the end of 1963, Miss 
Hall completed fifty years of teaching. 

In the program we had a chance to bring back happy 
memories and to tell Miss Hall how much her thoughtful- 
ness, interest, and helping hand have meant to us, A 
representative from each graduating class since Miss Hall 



had been at King came to pay her a special tribute. The 
highlight came when Miss Hall was crowned our sweet- 
heart. Billy Long and Harrell Smith added warmth as they 
performed her favorite songs. The program was concluded 
as Miss Hall was escorted out of the auditorium and to a 
reception by Gerald Smith. 

Though Miss Hall is no longer teaching at King, she 
is still working for us as she helps to get the new schools 
ready by planning our classes for next year. 



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South Stokes High School 




South High S'thool 
Stokes County, N. C. 

Next year our students will join the students of Pinnacle, Pine Hall, and Walnut Cove at our new, consolidated high 
school, South Stokes. 



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